I read this article on prweb
Has anyone heard about this company? is it too good to be true?
In general, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
You can totally skip giving out favors. You will still be legally married if your guests don't go home with some plastic kitch.
"'We are proud to offer our own version of a stimulus plan. Except this one isnít for bankers; this one goes to people who actually deserve it,' explains Lee."
So if you get married, you're more affected by the recession than other people?
sounds dumb, da-dumb dumb.
"sounds dumb, da-dumb dumb."
Yep. A fool and their money are soon parted.
And, there's another Sock Puppet post touting the same scam, I mean website. What an amazing coincidence.
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